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HW ivj IIIIHU'IIIH H - H ; * BANK STATEMENTSI v + + >*++4. + + ++ + ++ + * + ** of the Financial Condition ol Bank of Lexington Located at Lexington, in the County of s Holme*. State of Mississippi, at the dose fif business November 1 *tn. 1. , - the Board °f Bank Examiner. . , RESOURCES 7g Loans and Discounts >3 Overdrafts, secured, 97# *7 i Overdrafts, unsecured. _ ■•••• ' J United States Bonds. Certifi eates of Indebtedness and War gg otg.27 ! Savings Stamps . 58 175.601 Bonds, Securities, etc. .. • ■ • Guaranty Fund with State 2 500.00 Treasurer . j'i'i . ' 1 00 Banking House and Lot . >■' Furniture and Fixtures .. • ■ other Banks—for Statement Due from public funds -• • .. from other Banks--com mercial or reserve funds .. • • 108,867.90 Exchange and Checks for next day's clearings . Currency . Gold Coin - • • •- •••••;• Silver, Coin, Nickels and Cents Collection account . Insurance account Victory customers . Demand Loan > on Cotton 1,800.00 Ut £,745.06 17,074.00 26.00 2,230.52 264.16 242.23 carried for Loan 8,130.00 . 211,793.79 $925,412.09 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock .^.OOO.JO Surplus Fund .. 26, 00 °.00 Undivided Profits, less amount paid for interest, taxeB and current expenses ........... Individual Deposits subject to ^ ^ Time Certificates of Deposit.. 169,720.71 Bank Deposits—other than branches . Certified checks . 15,830.03 16.95 100.00 Total.$926 412.09 1 E F Rathell, Cashier, do solemnly ,wear that the above is a true statement *f the financial condition of Bank of Lex ington, located at Lexington, In the County of Holmes, State Mississippi, at the close of business on the 17th day of November, 1919, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct—Attest _ E. f. RATHELL, Cashier. S. L. BURWELL, W. 0. BARRETT, Directors. State of Mississippi, County of Holmes: Sworn to and subscribed before me by E. F. Rathell, Cashier, this 28th day of November, 1919, P. P, LINDHOLM, Notary Public. My commission expires Aug. 11, 1923. Statement of the Financial Condition of Merchants & Farmer* Bank & Trust Company Located at Lexington, in the County of Holmes, State of Mississippi, at the close j of business November 17, 1919, made to the Board of Bank Examiners. RESOURCES $ 545,477.34 3,824.07 224.78 Loans and Discounts . Overdraft- secured, . Overdrafts, unsecured, . United States Bonds, Certifi Indebtedness and '. I cates of War Savings Stamps . Bonds, Securities, etc. Warrants (State, County and Municipal) ... Guaranty Fund with State Treasurer . Banking House and Upt Furniture and Fixtures Due from other Banks for public funds . L)ue from other Banks—com mercial or reserve funds Exchange and Checks for next day's clearings . Currency .. Gold Coin . Silver, Coin, Nickels and Cents . Collection Account Loans Secured with Cotton 76 , 381.25 10 , 000.00 6 , 986.91 7 500 00 1 >'50000 an 410 05! 8(i,4tO.O.t j i 317,020.55 ! 28,663.99 91,639.64 3,757.39 95.75 t „ 1, W M Meek. Cashier! do' ^oiemniy swear that th< abnv • is true statement of the financial condition of Merchants & farmer. R nk k Trust Co., located at Lexington in the Count, of Holmes, State of Mississippi, ai the close of busi ness on the 17th day ot November. 1919. to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct Attest TORRlsHVl's" 1 ""' wr miffin' f C, , W K. DURDEN, Directors. tiVrrs W. M. Meek, (ashier, this 29th day of November, 1919. SAM HERRMAN, Notary Public, My commission expires January 3. 1920. 1,448.64 | 12,511.00 1,250.00 3,305.30 35.00 1,043,170.84 i . . $2,120,551.73 , Total. LIABILITIES $ 100,000.00 j 25,000.00 Capital Stock . Surplus Fund . Undivided Profits, less amt. paid for interest, taxes and current expenses . Individual Deposits subject to check . Savings Deposits . Time Certificates of Deposit Bank Deposits other than branches . Cashier's Checks . Bills Payable, including cer tificates of deposit represent ing money borrowed Reserved for acerueif inter est on deposit • Bonds borrowed .. .1,058,430.62 5,400.00 92.014 44 685.000.00 30.650.00 Total Look*, Sounds, Plays Like $100 Including 1C Selection* of Columbia Records RETAILS $75 You invi all the world's greatest ar tirts to entertain you when you plae* an Eltmohan in your home. The Eltinolean plays all Disc Records, so you have at your command all the great opera singers, violinists, pianlat*. ir.cnologueist*, as well as all the latest popular music. The EltinoUan stands supreme; has s large, wjll-seasoned, all wood tons cham ber that resonates the tone exactly as it was produced. The lar.-e mica diaphragm reproducer picks up every tons, no matter how soft or delicate. The large, nickel-plated, bell-bearing tone urm sends the full sound to the tone chamber, as the bends and joints have been reduced to tbs ml Imtun. The tone modifier controls tbs toss as it leaves the tons arm, so It leans its sweetness or brilliancy as it sntors the tone m it I I 1 •f . ,.■»£. I * F. J. CASEY THE CASEY BRICK BLOCK Lexington, MU*. of the Financial Condition at Merchant* & Planter* Bank Located at. Tchula. in the County of iloimex State of Mississippi. at the close of business Nov. 17. 1919. made to the f Bank Examiners. RESOURCES Statement Bierd o s . Guaranty Treasurer . ■•-••• . , Bunking House and Lot . other Real Estate Owned ... Furniture and Fixtures . i Due from other Banks-com J mercial or reserve funds.. Exchange and Checks for next ! day's clearings . Currency . Gold Coin . ••»•••• Silver, Coin, Nickels and Cents Collection .. $184,887.14 H 5,122.23 Loans and Discounts . ecured. Bonds, Certifi- * Overdraft's, un United States of Indebtedness and War Stamps Fund with . Staje at 39,035.46 1,600.00 5,000.00 1,500.00 227,860.74 1.00 2,314.40 11,266.00 220.00 3,738.88 7.14 $482,452.99 $ 26,200.00 10 , 000.00 Total liabilities Capital Stock . Surplus Fund .. Undivided Profits, less amount paid for interest, taxes and current expenses Individual Deposits subject to check ... Strings Deposit* . Cashier's Checks • • - • Deposits on Liberty Bonds 8,379.08 _ 384,612.32 .... 52,442.09 1,218.90 600.00 i Total..'......$482 452.99 I E. Mayfield, Cashier, do solemnly swear that the above is a true statement the financial condition of Merchants & Planters Bank, located at Tchula, , in the County of Holmes, State of Missis sippi, at the close of buPmess on the 17th day of November, 1919, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct- -Attest .. E. MAYFIELD, Cashier. W. W. GWIN, O. W. NIXON, Directors. State of Mississippi, County of Holmes: Sworn to and subscribed before me by E. Mayfield, Cashier, this 26th day of November, 1919, _ ... JOHN OHI.EYER, Notary Public. My commission expires Sept. 9, 1921. of of the Financial Condition of Statement Bank of Cruger Located at Cruger, in the County of Holmes, State of Mississippi, at the close of business November 11th, 1919, made the Board of Bank Examiners. RESOURCES Loans and Discount* ••••••■ United States Bonds, Certifi cates of Indebtedness snd War Savings Stamps Guaranty Fund with State Treasurer .• • • •;. Banking House and Lot. Due from other Banks -com mercial or reserve funds ..... 169,861.63 Exchange and Checks for next day's clearings . Oth Currency . Gold Coin -- • - Sliver, Coin, Nickels and Cents to $180,781.40 56,619.14 1,000.00 4,000.00 208.42 114.01 6,905.00 | 230.00 3,129.09 Cash Items i.i j $362,748.69 Total LIABILITIES , $ 30,000.00 9 , 000^)0 I Capital Stock . Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less amount taxes and id for interest, '. I'a I current expenses -- •-- • Individual Deposits ^ibject to Time Certificates of Deposit... 39,002.80 Cashier's checks . 1.205.2U 4 , 501.16 ■ Total ..$362,748.69 I 1 1, W. R. King. Cashier, do solemnly swea i- that the above is a true statement 1 of the financial tondition of Bank °£.^ ru » 05! ger, located at Cruger, in the ( f »u'^1 j ^ ol > state of Mississippi, at the close f business/on the 17th day of Novem i her, 1919. to the best of my knowledge anil belief., Correct—Attest _ .. W R. KING, Cashier. R. B. O'REILLY, R. W. DOWNER, Directors. State of Mississippi, County of Holmes^ Sworn to and subscribed before me, public, this 26th day £°™ m * W. J. SMITH, Notary Public. Feb 1, 1923. ! 0 r a t of Statement of the Financial Condition 01 Bank of Goodman Located at Goodman, in the County of ; he Board of Bunk Examiners. , RESOURCES J Loans and Discounts .*""'«<» 00 I Overdrafts, secured. Overdrafts, unsecured .. • ••• ■ United States Bonds, Certifi cates of Indebtedness and War Savings Stamps . 63,706.26 Bonds, Securities, etc. 31,t>56.11 Guaranty Fund with State Treasurer ■ • :. yWfiO Hiking I 7; i l ' u ' v ( tl. <2 367 83 Future and Fixtures .!!!!! Due from other Banks -com & mere ial or reserve fund*.. .. at Currency . Gold Coin .. . ■ • • • ; ■ ! JPSI Silver, l oin. Nickel* and Cents L-5-^5 Collection account . 1,369.33 ' r~ Total.$257,811.83; 1,. , * k L,AB,UT,ES s "6 00000 lapital Stock . 5 300000 1 Surplus hund ... 3 ' 000,U "sW ssa. n of current expenses . Individual Deposit* subject to check . Savings Deposits . | i i notary ber, 1919. , My commission expires j 44 ■ 290.07 210.891.37 34 67 I _ 1 » j To Live Stock Owners & feeders DUNBAR'S feed MOLASSES Will Save You Money and Reduce Your Feed Bills TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD USE DUNBAR'S FEED MOLASSES It will also increase the efficiency of your stock, improve their health and appearance and keep them in tip-top shape. First —It supplies the necessary carbohydrates for tjie animal's system. Second—It will keep your animals in tip-top shape without the use of condition powders. Third—It will make their coats slick and shiny. Fifth—It will increase the milk production. Sixth—It will build muscle and bone on dray animals which means better efficiency. Seventh— It will fatten your hogs and make them better for marketing. Eighth—It will assist in cleaning up the silage on your farm. Ninth—It is an economical food because pound for pound it is equal to corn. Tenth —It is practically 100% digestable and contains a high percentage of sugars and will not effect the animal's teeth. Can be used advan tageously as an appetizer. A Quart a Day Keeps the Vet Away." It is 100 per cent digestible, and pound for pound equivalent to Corn and Oats in food value. It also eliminates the usual ailments that are prevalent among stock such as Colic, Indigestion, etc. You can either pour it over your feed, or mix it with your crushed feeds. It makes the feed more palatable, and distributes same more evenly in the ani maid' It has been scientifically proven that practically 25 per cent of straight oats and com fed to an animal goes t q . waste account passing through their sys tem. Why not pocket this loss by using Dunbar'* Feed Mola**e»? This molasses is good for feeding Hogs, Cows, mules, etc. u Sold In Barrels By Lexington Produce Co Phone 90 WE ALSO handle cotton seed meal, tankage, shorts, cow, horse, ' HOG AND CHICKEN FEEDS. Lexington, Mississippi Sisblatt-Kamen, Props. 1 18,379.76 146.62 Time Certificates of Deposit.. Cashier's Checks ■: i 65.44 Suspense ..■• .$257,811.83 Gulledge, Cashier, do solemnly true statement Total + I, D. K. swear that the above is a of the financial condition of the Bank ot Goodman, located at Goodtnan, in the County of Holmes, State of Missisippi, at the close of business on the 17th day of November, 1919. to the best of my tra knowledge and belief. Correct—Attest r^hier E W ( PICKENS, ' 1 T F COBB, Directors. | State of Missisippi, Town of Goodman: | gworn t0 an(l subscribed before me by jn D. K. Gulledge, Cashier, this : of • ; Novemberj 1919, W. E. MEEK, ( commission expiMn°i luy , * - > statement of the Financial Condition of I o' 1 ___ u_h Pickens Bank Located at PickensT in the County of . Holmes, State of Mississippi, at the close of business November 17, 1919. made to « B d of B;inU Examiners. * RESOURCES Loans and Discounts.$151,656.75 Overdrafts, secured. 841.83 f Overdrafts! unsecured. . <18.06 A Kbte&and'wir' J ' j g,. m)ls . 27.395.50 T. r.ountv' and " ' ' * ' ll ... 2.427.50 Guaranty Fund with State Tri , agur ;, r . 1,000.00 iriasurii 1 500 00 jinking Houm - in( J L l'oOOOO t0 Ku»>ture and Fixtures 1 ' 000 '° B merclnl°OT reserve'Hand,. 1M..25.2S 1 Currency . 2,000.00 in Silver Coin, Nickels and Cents 858.47 i. 20 00 t ■ $366,043.34 Total LIABILITIES I Capital Stock . j Surplus Fund . ! Undivided Profits, less amount pan! for interest taxes and current expenses . Individual Deposits subject to check . Time Certificates of Deposit.. Cashier's Checks . .$ 25,000.00 . 12,500.00 7,749.59 264,399.84 44.099.35 12,294.66 . $366,043.34 Total. 1, E. J. Spcngler, Cashier, do solemnly that the above is a true statement swear of the financial condition of Pickens Punk, located at Pickens, in the County of Holmes, State of Mississippi, at the close of business on the 17th day of No vember, 1919, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct—Attest E. J. SPENGLER. Cashier. J H WILLIS, A. P. YARBOROUGH, Directors. State of Mississippi, County of Holmes: Sworn to and subscribed before me by E. J. Spongier, Cashier, this 26th day of November, 1919. W. S. PIERCE, Mayor of Pickens and Ex-Officio J. P. My commission expires Dec. 31, 1920. I Statement of the Financial Condition of Bank of West Located at West, in the County of Holmes, Sthte of Mississippi, at the close of busi ness November 17tfc, 1919, made to the Board of Bank Examiners. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts . Overdrafts, secured, . . Overdrafts, unsecured. United States Bonds, certifi cates of Indebtedness and War Savings Stamps . Warrants (State, County and Municipal) . Guaranty Fund with State $ 48,526.68 767.20 409.18 8.400.00 12.408.00 H-H- -H-H- - M - M - - M - H -fr • H " H ' - I - H -fr ♦ ■: i HOME BREVITIES * + + tra j t Company. Mrs. Cole, of Vaiden, arrived Monday morning on the sad mission to attend the 1 funeral of her little granddaughter, in | the Harry Cole household. | j. g. McLellan, of Sheridan, Ark., was jn the city Monday, noting changes made • since he was here last, sixty years ago.! ( He jg vIsitjng w n. Muirhead and fam luy in the West neighborhood, > W. /I. Mu. -head, J. E Titttle, W. W., Muirhead, of West Hill, mingled with ( friends here Monday. Williams & Lebby, of Yazoo City, hav . thp contrae t for the installation of, • iD j e i ectr ic light plant, werfe mun.c pai eieci here Saturday. Lute Phillips returned Sunday to the agricultural high school at Raymond ( f rom a visit to his parents, Dr. and Mrs. j A M rhillips, at Eulogy. W S ' Truitt went oyer to Winter City on » business visit Saturday. Mrs. W. E. McLellan, of Macel. is_visit i„g her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Woods, at Durant. Mrs L K Herring «nd baby went over ^ is., nerring «nu t0 Sumner Monday on a visit, accom- . pa „ jw | by Morri* and Paul Tate. * I. *««•".•< »'«>»»"■ Ix-totod: in the city Monday. Hon . p. g. Williams, editor of The n«.„ .... 1 t „M. j .Mu M ' H -' H ' H 1 <H-H - DeWitt Warner apd Howell Warner left Monday morning for the delta to re their work for the Chicago Por sume ■ i i Monday. , J. D. Truitt and R. M. McNeer. of Be thesda, were noted among the mahy visit ors here Monday. at 500.00 2 , 000.00 660.00 Treasurer . Banking House r.nd Lot. Furniture and Fixtures ...... Due from other Banks—com mercial or reserve funds. Exchange and Checks for next day's clearings . Currency Gold Coin Sliver, Coi Collections 129.692.63 174.43 5.408.00 60.00 1.02B.20 681.25 Nickels and Cents $210,702.67 $ 10 . 000.00 4,000.00 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock . Surplus Fund .. Undivided Profits, less amount paid for interest, taxes and current expenses - s.uao.iB D r'". ■ 148.008.29 Time Certificates of Deposit Certified Checks . 100 00 Cashier's Checks 2 47 88 Total.$210,702.67 A J. Stevens, Cashier, do solemnly swear that the above is a true statement of the financial condition of Bank of West, located at West, in the County of Holmes. State of Mississippi, at the close of business on the 17th day of Novem ber. 1919, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct Attest A. J. STEVENS, Cashier. C. B. ALEXANDER, W. K. DURDEN, Directors. State of Mississippi, County of Holmes: Sworn to und subscribed before me by A. J. Stevens, Cashier, this 26th day of N ° V W b H! ANDREWS, Notanr Public. My commission expires Jon. 14, 1920. I, of After This W? e k we will be out of coal and on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays saw wood — and will we oh Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Gin i Stanley & Hooker Ginners and Cotton Seed Buyers Mississippi Lexington Mr. Calhoun, the popular depot agent at Howard, was in Lexington Friday and outfitted himself with a swell new suit of clothe* with all accessories. It is per sistently rumored in railroad circles that Mr. Calhoun contemplates in the near future to bring a bride to Howard. J. H. Wnrner went to Merigold Satur day after a car that had been left there pending an improvement in the weather and the roads. W. P. Hammett attended to business at Greenwood Friday. beautiful, blushing C. H. Campbell, manager of one of Hon. A. M. Pepper's plantations and member of the new board of supervisors of Hum phreys county, attended to business in Lexington Saturday. , Now i* the time to place order for Personal Greet Design* at B. S. your ing Card*. Beall'*. Mrs. Murphy Doty and Miss Stella Doty and little niece, of Goodman, are guests of Mrs. F. Z. Jackson.—Kosciusko Star-Ledger. Buford Swinney, Auburtin Swinney, J. F. Eubank, C. S. Bowman, J. C. Bowman, J. S. Swinney, R. S. Swinney, Joe H. Moore and L. C. Johnson were over from Jenkinsville Saturday. Henry L. McLellan, of Bowling Green, attended the regular December meeting of the board of supervisor* the fore part of the week a* member from District 2. W. H. Fincher, M. A. Busshart ani J. W. Rhyne, of Owens, sojourned in Lex ington Saturday. A FINE Blb-BONE POLAND CHINA BOAR FOR SERVICE. King's Wonder No. 320311 Weighs 500 pounds, 17 months old, sired by Long Wonder; dam, King's Maid 2nd. King's Wonder is a grandson of Jumbo's Wonder. —NONE BETTER— See Me at Acona. J. R. BOOTH W. C. Frost, of Forest Grove, w** noted on our busy marts Saturday. James Lundy was up from the Ho lm * * County Agricultural High school on • j visit to the parental home a few day% ! returning Sunday.